Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Best New Artist, and more.
Daft Punk, Kanye, Jay Z, and Drake among the top 10.
The musicians receive one of Britain’s highest honors.
Our SXSW house DJ warms up with a new mix.
Her first performance since giving birth last fall.
Grammy winner and new mommy is “having a lot of meetings.”
The Black Keys, Kanye, Jay-Z, Mumford and Sons were the big winners.
Arcade Fire, Fiona Apple, and The Black Keys were snubbed.
It’s been a fast, wild year.
No comment from Tupac’s hologram.
That’s 10 million copies.
A return to form for Bond themes.
Hands off, Daniel Craig.
You go boys.
Her record breaking streak comes to an end.
Divas outlined, eras defined, and Billboard charts to analyze.
Watch their first performance in three years.
Our 10 predictions for the 10 biggest nominations.
Who will be following Madonna’s act?
The last two weeks summarized in bullet form.
British sensation’s sophomore LP has sold 5.28 million copies.
Damon Albarn and co. to deliver first live performance in three years.
Lived any good albums lately?
Hear covers from My Morning Jacket, Queens of the Stone Age, Ke$ha, and more.
What’s been on your playlist this year?
Who knew Adele was funny?
Foo Fighters, Kanye West, and Radiohead also receive love.
Plus, stream the entire live album.
72 tracks, four discs, and a Miley Cyrus cover.
Well, there goes that credit line of yours.
Cancellation-proof Adele goodness.
Dave Matthew Band, Sting, and… Ke$ha, too.
UK songstress has a vocal chord hemorrhage.
A lonely walk through Paris
OK, now it’s the end of the world.
Lil Wayne, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, and Adele are also performing.
You do know they have awards at this thing, right?
Your favorite albums and songs of 2011…so far.